The Queen’s wedding ring has a secret engraving that only three people have seen

The Duke of Edinburgh had a hidden message engraved on the inside of the Queen’s wedding ring, but only three people know what it says.

Despite their position in the public eye, Prince Philip and the Queen have managed to keep the inscription a mystery for over 70 years.

Only the Queen, the engraver and the Duke himself know what the secret message says.

Royal expert Ingrid Seward discussed the ring in her new book ‘Prince Philip: Revealed’.

She wrote: “At least Philip didn't have the expense of a wedding ring, as the people of Wales supplied a nugget of Welsh gold from which the ring is made.

“She never takes it off and inside the ring is an inscription.

“No one knows what it says, other than the engraver, the Queen and her husband.”

The couple tied the knot in 1947 following an almost two-year engagement. They've enjoyed a long and happy marriage, and have four children together.

Concerns are growing for Prince Philip’s health after he spent a third night in hospital on Thursday.

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On Tuesday, the Duke was admitted to King Edward VII’s hospital in Marylebone for “observation and rest”.

His admission was a “precautionary measure” on the advice of the palace doctor, Buckingham Palace has said.

Palace officials also confirmed that his stay was not related to coronavirus.

The Duke and the Queen both received their Covid-19 jabs in January.

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